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Biz Roundup 2nd Dec 07

Biz Roundup 2nd Dec 07

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ATTN: CHANDIMA UDABAGE \u2013 MD-ART TV
BIZ ROUND UP \u2013 DEC 2ND, 2007
1. CEB
VTR
FRI 29
RIYAD
2. MILK
VTR
FRI 30
LASHINI
3. ADB
VTR
WED 28
CHAMINDA
4. IFS
VTR
MON 26
ANOUK
WRAP \u2013 NEWS IN BRIEF
MAIN NEWS
1. EDB
VTR TUE 27
ANOUK
2. FITCH
CARD TUE 27
NISH/ANOUK
3. MOBITEL NEWS
VTR TUE 27
CHAMI
4. COCA COLA
VTR
TUE 27
NILANTHA
5. MILITARY
VTR
THU 29
SAMANTHA
CORPORATE NEWS
1. S-LON
VTR MON 26
NILANTHA
2. CARGILLS
VTR TUE 27
RAVI
3. L\u2019OREAL
VTR THU 29
NISHANI
BREAK 1
WEEKLY FOCUS
LOGISTICS
VTR THU 29
CHAMI
WEEKEND DIALOG
CAPPATIPOLA VS ANOUK
BREAK 2
STOCKS
DHARSHI AT BARTLEETS
VTR
ANCHOR:
ANOUK
PRODUCER: RAVI
THE HEADLINES
1. CEB UNION SAYS GOVERNMENT SHOULD EVALUATE POWER
PROJECTS ON CASE BY CASE BASIS, AND
2. EXPERTS SAY LOGISTICS INDUSTRY IN ASIA GROWING
AT GREATER PACE THAN THE WEST
1.

ALTERNATIVE POWER GENERATION CONCEPTS SUCH AS WIND, SOLAR AND MINI POWER ARE VIABLE OPTIONS DUE TO THE ALL TIME PRICE HIGHS IN THE GLOBAL FOSSIL FUELS MARKET.

BUT EXPERTS AT THE CEB SAY THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD EVALUATE POWER GENERATION PROJECTS ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS, AS SOME SO

CALLED
LOW
COST
ALTERNATIVES
MAY
BURN
A
HOLE
IN
CONSUMERS POCKETS YET AGAIN IN THE FUTURE.
THIS WAS STATED AT A MEDIA CONFERENCE ORGANIZED BY THE CEB
ENGINEERS UNION LAST WEEK.
ROLL VTR
EXTRO

MEANWHILE THE SECRETARY TO THE MINISTRY OF POWER AND ENERGY WHEN CONTACTED BY ART TV, STATED THAT THE CABINET HAD APPROVED THE DEAL AS IT WAS A GOVERNMENT POLICY DECISION

2.
MILK - VTR

SELLING COWS FOR BEEF HAS BECOME MORE PROFITABLE FOR SMALL SCALE DIARY PRODUCERS THAN USING THEM FOR MILK PRODUCTION, SAYS A DAIRY INDUSTRY EXPERT.

THIS FACT WAS REVEALED DURING A RECENT DISCUSSION THAT US
AID HELD WITH LOCAL DIARY INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES.
THE
MEETING
FOCUSED
ON
DEVELOPING
SRI
LANKA\u2019S
DIARY
INDUSTRY
WHICH
WILL
HELP
REDUCE
MILK
POWDER
IMPORTS
INCURRING A HEAVY IMPORT BILL.
ROLL VTR
3.
THE ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ANNOUNCED ITS DECISION

THIS WEEK TO EXTEND 80 MILLION DOLLARS TO THE SRI LANKAN GOVERNMENT TO IMPROVE THE NATION\u2019S SECONDARY AND TERTIARY EDUCATION SECTOR.

THIS 80 MILLION DOLLARS IS EXPECTED TO BE INVESTED IN IMPROVING THE SKILLS NECESSARY TO MEET THE EXPANDING AND EVOLVING NEEDS OF THE LABOR MARKET.

ROLL VTR
4.

IFS AB, A GLOBAL LEADER IN COMPONENT BASED BUSINESS
SOFTWARE PLANS TO INVEST OVER 1 BILLION RUPEES NEXT YEAR
FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN SRI LANKA.

THIS WAS REVEALED AT A PRESS BRIEFING HELD RECENTLY TO MARK
THE GROUP\u2019S 10TH
ANNIVERSARY SINCE LAUNCHING OPERATIONS IN
THE ISLAND.

ROLL VTR
LET\u2019 TAKE A LOOK AT THE STORIES WHICH MADE HEADLINES IN THE
CORPORATE SECTOR OVER THE LAST WEEK.

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